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Industrial Emulsifier – Series 600View Product
The Mixquip Series 600 Emulsifier, is able to perform a wide range of duties, suited to almost all mixing processes – from mixing, emulsifying, homogenizing, disintegrating and dissolving. All duties are carried out with efficiency and flexibility to suit exact requirements. The sanitary construction provides benefits for industries where advanced CIP and SIP facilities are required.
The design offers further versatility with multistage rotor/stator configurations as standard options, resulting in substantially faster mixing times by reducing the number of recirculation passes required, and offering greater particle size reduction.
Powder Liquid Mixer – Series 620View Product
Solids dispersion remains to be one of the most enduring processing challenges in Industry today. The Mixquip Series 620 is ideal for dispersing hard-to-wet powders into liquid without agglomeration, floating or dusting. The Series 620 takes a ground-breaking approach to mixing powders into liquids. Traditional Powder-into-Liquid mixers often use a vacuum to pull in powders into the liquid stream whereas the Mixquip 620 actually drives powder into the liquid stream. This not only allows it to disperse and hydrate large volumes of hard-to-wet powders and additives, it means it can be accomplished with high viscosity products and at varying temperatures.
Industrial Batch Mixer – Series 650View Product
Mixquip offers a range of batch mixers to suit many applications. The mixers are designed to perform a variety of duties from mixing, emulsifying, homogenizing, disintegrating and dissolving.
The range of high shear batch mixers are made robust and simple ensuring cleaning and maintenance is kept to a minimum. Each mixer is designed and manufactured for interchangeable work-heads allowing for a variety of different products with just the one mixer. The option greatly increases the flexibility of these mixers, allowing them to be moved from vessel to vessel and to be raised and lowered during operation, if required, in order to give the optimum mixing position at varying stages of the process.